Carloforte, a splendid corner of Sardinia with a Ligurian flavor
The Ligurian origins of this small town are still traceable in its port and language. As a matter of fact, beside tourism, its local business still centre on port and tuna fishing. The coasts of the island alternate beaches and picturesque rocky coves in the blue sea, contrasting to the rugged hinterland countryside, dense of Mediterranean scrub. The Island of S. Pietro is the ideal place for those who want to enjoy the sea and have fun in summer, and for those who want to experience the direct contact with nature and the special atmosphere of the island in the other seasons.
San Pietro Island is a small island off the south-western coast of Sardinia. It can be reached in just half an hour by ferry from Portoscuso, near Carbonia, or from Calasetta on the island of Sant’Antioco. It is 77 km from Cagliari port and airport.
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